Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 17

UVM 1.2 Day event – archive of presentations

To all the UVM enthusiasts around the world, TeamCVC has organized a  UVM 1.2 Day in Bangalore on Apr 2nd, 2014. This was an informal, invite-only event to introduce the latest UVM 1.2 features, roadmap etc. We had an excellent set of keynotes, invited talks. . We will shortly post the presentations and upload videos as they become available  in this page.

We at CVC sincerely thank each author/company to have authorised CVC to distribute these presentations for wider community.

In case you are interested in knowing more about this and other UVM features, feel free to contact us via go2uvm@cvcblr.com

 

Apr 16

Run UVM Hello World in 10 Seconds — The Fastest Way to Get Started with UVM

Run UVM Hello World in 10 Seconds — The Fastest Way to Get Started with UVM

Guest Blogger, Victor Lyuboslavsky, Victor EDA

 

Yes, you can run a UVM Hello World simulation in the next 10 seconds: No need to install any EDA tool at your end, all within your favourite web browser, here you go:

1. Open the EDA Playground UVM Hello World example on a separate page.

2. Click Login in the top right corner and log in with your favorite social media account.

3. When the page reloads, you’ll see the UVM Hello World code example again.

4. Click Run and watch real-time output in the bottom pane.

5. Done! Now come back to this page.

UVM_HW_EDAP UVM stands for Universal Verification Methodology. UVM is currently the most popular methodology for verifying FPGA and ASIC design. This example uses the SystemVerilog UVM library.

We will soon follow-up with next entry to delve into a “realistic” example, feel free to add your comments!

Guest Blogger, Victor Lyuboslavsky, Victor EDA

 

Apr 08

Pradeep’s Point –> Notes from UVM 1.2 Day

During the recently concluded UVM 1.2 Day, Pradeep Chakraborty, well known industry blogger made some key observations and blogged on the same. Interestingly he has taken detailed notes from all the keynotes that would serve the readers for long time to come, so Thanks Pradeep for doing so! Especially so, given that the keynotes were done without traditional PPT style. Here are the links for our readers:

 

We hope to hear more from Pradeep on this soon!